WATCH: How this machine could eat into the 900-MILE pothole backlog in Kirklees



A new machine could be the key to winning the battle to repair Kirklees’ pothole-riddled roads.
An astonishing 40,000 potholes are reported to the council each year, with most repaired by hand.
Kirklees Council revealed last month it has a 900 mile backlog of roads that need repairing.
Now a new machine – the Multihog – is being tested to see if it is the answer to speeding up the rate at which holes are filled in whilst also doing the highest quality repair.
Last year Kirklees Council trialled a number of different methods for improving the repairs of potholes to make them longer lasting.... read more

 
30 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 50
Source: Examiner
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